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stuart campbell  
independent research fellow  |  university of sheffield

chrysomelid pollinates (?) echinodorus in brazil Welcome! I am an ecologist and evolutionary biologist, and my research focuses on understanding the diversity of plants and the insects that eat and/or pollinate them. Plants display extraordinary variation in the traits that mediate their interactions with animals - I am interested in the origins, distribution and consequences of this variation. My research is interdisciplinary, and combines techniques and perspectives from genomics, chemistry, behaviour, natural history, population biology and evolutionary ecology. 
evolutionary biology | chemical ecology | herbivory | pollination  

Contact:

Department of Animal and Plant Sciences  |  P3 Centre
University of Sheffield
Alfred Denny Building, Western Bank
Sheffield
, United Kingdom S10 2TN
Email stuart.campbell "at" sheffield.ac.uk
 


 
    








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Anyone who has studied the history of science knows that almost every great step therein has been made by the "anticipation of Nature", that is, by the invention of hypotheses which, though verifiable, often had very little foundation to start with.  -T.H. Huxley